Seems to be a lot of discussion today (Dome 1, 2, 3, 4 and G'boro N&R) on Elon's poll results on the marriage amendment. A lot of the discussion centers on the varying poll results between Elon's poll and ours. I would argue there are differences in the wordings of the questions that do not make the questions the same. We polled what would be asked according to legislation on a referendum on the subject. Elon did not. Slight differences, but they matter.
If you read the text of H 361, the referendum that would be placed before the voters states:
"[ ] FOR [ ] AGAINST
Constitutional Amendment to provide that marriage between a man and a woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state."
Our poll question asked: Do you support or oppose a Constitutional amendment defining marriage as between one man and one woman?
Elon asked: Do you support or oppose a Constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage?
Elon polled a question that is not at all what is stated in the referendum. It's a difference of semantics, but one that could yield differing results.